We continued our conversation about the "Who Killed Me" campaign - a joint project sponsored by the Seattle Police Department, the Department of Justice and Crime Stoppers, in an attempt to solve a number of cold case murders, including the case of Desmond Jackson, who was shot and killed outside Club X on South Walker Street and Occidental Avenue South in the early hours of February 12, 2012.
Gazelle Wiliams, great-aunt of Desmond Jackson, joined Margaret and Assistant Chief Nick Metz of the Seattle Police Department, to talk about the tragic deaths of her great nephew and other young people in Seattle. She also made a powerful and impassioned plea to the public for information to help bring closure to victims' families desperate for answers and justice.
You can find more information about Desmond and a number of other victims at the Seattle Police Department's new Catch a Killer website. Just click here.
If you think you have information about any of the cases mentioned here or on SPD's website, call their Homicide Tip Line: 206-233-5000. You do not have to give your name!
You can also leave anonymous tips via Crime Stoppers. Just click here.
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To learn more about Desmond Jackson, visit the Justice for Desmond Jackson page on Facebook.